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MarketWatch MarketPulseSep 25, 2020
Stocks open mostly lower on rising case counts, stimulus stalemate
U.S. stocks opened mostly lower Friday morning as investors hunted for a positive catalyst amid an array of headwinds. The Dow Jones Industrial Average lost about 135 points or 0.5% to open near 26,680, while the S&P 500 slipped 10 points, 0.3%, opening near 3,237. The Nasdaq Composite was about 10 points higher, near 10,680, a gain of 0.1%. Stock benchmarks are on track to mark a fourth straight week of losses as concerns grow over the U.S. election, the lack of additional stimulus to support the economy, and rising COVID-19 case counts around the globe. Orders for durable goods rose 0.4% in August, the Commerce Department said Friday, signaling slowing momentum in the economy. Shares of NVIDIA Corporation rose in early trade after a price-target increase. The chipmaker is the S&P 500 component that's gained the most in the year to date - 110%.

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MarketWatch MarketPulseSep 25, 2020
Amesite's stock opens below IPO price, than rallies above it
Amesite Inc.'s stock stumbled out of the gate, as it opened 1% below its initial public offering price, but then righted itself to trade higher. The first trade was at $4.95 at 11:39 a.m. Eastern for 162,143 shares, below the IPO price of $5. The stock was last trading 10% above its IPO price. The company's IPO priced at the midpoint of the expected range of $4.50 to $5.50. The company sold 3 million shares to raise $15 million. With 20.4 million shares outstanding after the IPO, the artificial-intelligence driven platform and course designer was valued at $102.1 million. Laidlaw & Co. was the sole book-running manager. The company went public at a time that the Renaissance IPO ETF has rallied 23.5% over the past three months, while the S&P 500 has gained 5.6%.

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Yahoo BusinessSep 25, 2020
Novavax initiates late-stage COVID-19 vaccine trial in UK
For those that thought the extreme market volatility was behind us, think again. This month, another burst of volatility was brought on by concerns about the U.S. economic recovery, hefty valuations, and a second wave of COVID-19. While challenging at times, Wall Street pros believe the healthcare space is becoming more exciting, with several long-term tailwinds on the horizon.As healthcare stocks tend to be riskier in nature, we narrowed our search to include only the best of the best, according to the analyst community.TipRanks' database revealed three such stocks that won't break the bank; each one trades for less than $5 per share and has earned a "Strong Buy" consensus rating from the Street's pros. Not to mention triple-digit upside potential is on the table here.VYNE Therapeutics (VYNE)Using its Molecule Stabilizing Technology (MST) platform, VYNE Therapeutics hopes to solve some of the most difficult therapeutic challenges. Given the strong performance of one of its products and its $1.52 share price, some members of the Street think that now is the time to snap up shares.Singing the healthcare name's praises is Cantor analyst Louise Chen. "We continue to believe the market opportunity for VYNE's products and pipeline are underappreciated. Therefore, upwards earnings revisions and multiple expansion should drive VYNE shares higher, in our view," the analyst opined.Chen is particularly excited about Amzeeq, which is the first topical minocycline product in the U.S. designed
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